>> would you go? >> here's how i feel about that. i think that what's important for the girl to understand if she does go what that's going to set her up for. i've been the girl who says, okay, yeah, sure, i'll go, but i understand what that means. this means that he's not going to put me in the category of i'm going to take her home to meet mom. she's going to be my girlfriend. if i wanted to be his girlfriend, then i wouldn't respond to his text message. i would give him the benefit of the doubt, allow him the opportunity to text me the next day during the daylight, and i would respond back quickly so that he knows this is how i like to be treated, and this is how i want you to set up our relationship. >> ian, what is happening? is this eroding, like, relationships because there's less contact and more group stuff? >> i think social media is putting too much information out there. it's kind of stripping courtship of some of the mystery, and i think all of this texting, social media, internet, it's kind of like a faucet that is always on, and you just have to decide when you're going to turn it off.